Games Archive

A Case of Distrust is perfect video game noir

A statuette is the first thing that clues me in to this game’s smarts. It’s a bird of prey, maybe 10 inches tall. It sits on the bookshelf in a young woman’s apartment. She’s a detective living

Shadow of the Colossus PS4 remake review | Haunting, beautiful and still one of the best games ever made

When does acting upon your love for someone become wrong? This is the most interesting of Shadow of the Colossus’ questions and the one that embeds this masterpiece with intrigue and continued relevance 13 years after its

Pokemon Go won’t work on older iPhones after the next update

Do you have an older iPhone? We hate to be the bearer of bad news, but you may no longer be able to play Pokemon Go after next month. The Pokemon Go team on Tuesday announced that

Get set for Super Mario movie: Nintendo fans go nuts

After months of speculation, Nintendo finally confirmed it’s bringing Super Mario back to the silver screen, 25 years after its first offering flopped at the box office. During the company’s strategy briefing, the Kyoto-based firmed confirmed it

Buoy uses AI and machine learning to keep your water bills low

Buoy is a device that puts machine learning to work to save on your water bill. The IoT device connects to your home’s WiFi network and water supply to monitor how much is going where on a

BMW kills the ‘hybrid tax’ with the 530e

The rule is that if you want the hybrid version of a car, you have to shell out more cash. Maybe tax credits would cover the difference, but usually not. Then, you have to figure out if

How to find the best 4K TV for your space

The first thing you have to ask yourself is pretty straightforward: How large does your new TV need to be? Given how much prices have fallen, it might be tempting to go as big as your budget

Walmart is testing a self-driving, floor-scrubbing robot

Walmart has been testing autonomous floor-cleaning robots in five of its stores, LinkedIn reports. The floor scrubber, developed by Brain Corp., is equipped with cameras, sensors and LiDAR to help it maneuver down aisles and around obstacles.

The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim Switch Review

Six years after its release, Skyrim still manages to be relevant. Between the 2016 remaster, the upcoming VR version, and now a Switch port, it’s hard to forget about The Elder Scrolls V, and that’s a testament

LA Noire Switch Review

When it first released in 2011, L.A. Noire was an anomaly; its facial capture tech was an innovative showcase of animation, and it’s focus on slower-paced interrogation puzzles widely contrasted the big-budget shooters of the time. Six